Whether you are renewing your health insurance or enrolling for the first time, the process can be confusing. We developed a national campaign to help women understand how to better use their health insurance, while anticipating the costs they may have to pay.
Now that the Supreme Court Justices have given the Affordable Care Act (ACA) a resounding stamp of approval in their landmark King v. Burwell decision, we can all breath a collective sign of relief. The health care reform law has proven unconquerable by conservatives and is here to stay. Already 16 million more Americans have access to health insurance, thanks to the ACA.
Despite abortion being recognized worldwide as an essential part of reproductive health care, insurance coverage for abortion care in the United States varies based on a woman’s income, where she lives, and her health insurance.
I’m so impressed by the wonderful women’s health supporters in Montana. Just yesterday, a strong coalition of women’s and consumer health activists persuaded the Montana legislature to consider a bill that would close the coverage gap. Rallying around the slogan “70,000…
The Affordable Care Act requires everyone to sign up for a health insurance plan for the year, and although the Open Enrollment for 2015 health coverage has passed, fear not! There’s still a chance to enroll this year under the Special Enrollment Period (SEP). If you’ve had a major life event, you have until April 30, 2015 to sign up.
Together, we’ve obtained hard-fought victories that at one time we could only imagine, such as millions of women getting contraceptive coverage with no cost-sharing from their insurance plans as required by the new health care law. Historic decisions like this make health care reflect and respond to women’s needs.